FIR lodged against two youths for teasing women with ‘Didi O Didi’ tune

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been holding rallies almost every day with the aim of occupying Bengal in the 21st Assembly. And from those election rallies, Modi can be heard attacking CM Mamata Banerjee. He is often heard teasing, Mamata Banerjee with ‘Didi O Didi tune. The Trinamool Congress has objected to that. This time the same tune was heard from eve teasers. An FIR has been lodged against two youths for eve teasing women in the city of Khas in Kolkata with the tune ‘Didi O Didi’.

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One of the issues in the Bengal elections is the protection of women. But in the voting season, girls are the victims of eve-teasing. This time, eve teasers from Khas are chasing the women by calling ‘Didi O Didi’ which is coined by the Prime Minister Modi.

An FIR has been lodged against PM for ‘Didi O Didi’ remark

The Bengal Citizens Forum has also lodged a complaint with the Amherst Street Police Station in the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. According to the FIR, the eve-teasing is the result of the way in which Mamata Banerjee is being ridiculed with ‘Didi o Didi’ tune in every rallies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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By imitating her, the women of the city are being subjected to daily insults. Members of the Bengal Forum have filed a petition seeking legal action against these eve teasers. They also staged a protest in front of the police station. Some youths even protested by burning the Prime Minister’s effigy. They also stood for some time demanding that the Prime Minister should apologize.

According to the Bengal Forum, the manner in which the Prime Minister is harassing the daughter of Bengal Mamata Banerjee is insulting. The mothers and sisters of the neighborhood are being harassed by imitating his behavior. Apart from lodging a complaint with the police station, the organization has also informed the Election Commission.

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